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Microphone thread

No.3681358 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Im in the process of filming a short video with a panasonic fz300, and upon editing have noticed that the audio is shit, how can i fix this with $300?

Simple scenery?

No.3682025 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Does anyone have a picture that they have taken (original), of a simple scenery? I.e. something you would take outside your house?
I am in desperate need, thank you

No.3673839 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Show us all the cameras you got /p/ !
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Enlightenment thread

No.3679637 ViewReplyOriginalReport
This is the druid of /p/. You have walked a long way to get here. Now that you dominate the secrets of the exposure triangle and your devices I shall grant you the greater truths of photography.

>Your pictures are mediocre because photography is an uncomplete craft that relies on other elements. Find an interesting story first, then live it, then take the picture to tell it.

>Mastering technique is key, but if you fail to understand the previous your photography will be just a vane example of technical expertise. A snapshit that goes along with a story always prevails over a great picture that tells nothing.

>Better gear is convenient. Convenience kills creativity. Limit your resources to the minimum.

>Slow down. Don't go around chasing for subjects. Choose a location, observe your surroundings and let the moments come. Then move on.

>No technique is a meme, your intention is what matters. If it serves the narrative there's nothing wrong to shallow depth of field, selective colour, or black and white. The mistake is to turn that technique into your subject.

>Don't overprepare, don't play it safe, just do it. The best trips and adventures are the ones that make you sweat and challenge you. Those will be your stories, tell them with your camera.

Now let the spirits of photography be with you in your journey.
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Help me pick a camera

No.3679438 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Looking to get into shooting music/nature videos and what not for my record label. I've only ever shot analog so I wasn't really sure what a good video camera would be.

I was looking at the Lumix g85 and thought that might be a good starting camera, but It looks like only vlogfags use it.

Another one I was looking at was the Sony A7ii, but it was kind of out of my price range. I'd like to shoot pictures with the camera as well. Are there any good inbetweeners?
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What camera to film outdoor trips

No.3681052 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Hi guys,

I am starting a YouTube channel where I'll share short movies of journeys in the European countryside. The idea is to give people ideas of near outdoor trips so that they can spend less time on the couch and more time discovering our beautiful planet.

I have a canon EOS 1300D but I have the feeling that it won't do the job when it comes to filming fast moving scenes with a lot of shaking. What are your thoughts about that? Should I get a GoPro ?
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No.3679545 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Would you ever get a minolta cle? I'm into both the 40mm and the 28mm. Well my pictures look like a leica? Should I just get an m5? And yeah I made an entire thread for this question. Gonna be honest we are slow as fuck. Who cares lol.
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If /p/ were to build a freestanding garden shed as a small home studio, what would it put in? Size? Dimensions? Furnishings?
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No.3681702 ViewReplyOriginalReport
I have a canon efs lens that I use with my 40d. I also have a lumix gx7 and canon eos m, both mirrorless. The lumix has a m43 sensor and the eos m has a similar sized sensor to the 40d I'm 99% sure.

Would there be any benefit to adapting this lens to the eos-m than the lumix gx7 because the eos-m has a similar sized sensor to the 40d?

Forgive my lack of knowledge, I'm decently knowledgeable otherwise of photography in general.

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